Childhood growth For children between ages 6 and 10, height y (in inches) is frequently

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Problem 2.4.71

Childhood growth For children between ages 6 and 10, height y (in inches) is frequently a linear function of age t (in years). The height of a certain child is 48 inches at age 6 and 50.5 inches at age 7.(a) Express y as a function of t.(b) Sketch the line in part (a), and interpret the slope.(c) Predict the height of the child at age 10.

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Textbook: Precalculus: Functions and Graphs
Edition: 12
Author: Earl Swokowski, Jeffery Cole
ISBN: 9780840068576

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